Category Archives: Long Term Food Storage

Granola

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A good way to use and rotate some of your Long Term Food Storage is by making your own granola.  It traditionally has grains-usually oats, nuts, sweetener and oil.  Here is a good ratio: 3 cups oats 1 cup nuts … Continue reading

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Food Storage-Bread Mix

I found an awesome bread mix recipe from Chef Tess Bakeresse (Stephanie Petersen) and loved it so much I packaged it in mylar bags for a food storage, no-grinding, already mixed bread option.  Find her original recipe here.  Her loaves … Continue reading

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Food Storage-Beans

I will not bore you with all the great reasons you need beans in your food storage, except that they are a complete protein when combined with a carbohydrate like rice which your body needs.  I will bore you, however, … Continue reading

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Making Yogurt

Yogurt is a protein filled treat that can be made into yogurt cheese (kinda like cream cheese) or used for sour cream substitute.  Because of the beneficial cultures it contains for health and digestion it is one of the must … Continue reading

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Food Storage-Milk

I don’t have pleasant childhood memories about powdered milk.  My parents tried that out on us and it didn’t go well.  In powdered milk’s defense we were used to getting milk from a local dairy.  Every week my mom would … Continue reading

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